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Sexiest Toyota Camry Ever Set to Catwalk at Motor Show

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he all-new 2018 Toyota Camry, dubbed “sexy” by Toyota Motor Corporation President Akio Toyoda at its world debut last month, has been made ready to be special attraction at this year’s Chicago Auto Show holding from this Friday, February 10   and ending on 22nd 2017.

The captivating mid-size sedan will be on display alongside more than 50 cars, trucks and SUVs in Toyota’s exhibit at Chicago’s McCormick Place from.

Camry, the best-selling car in America for 15 consecutive years and one of the commonest Toyota models on Nigerian roads, has evolved for 2018 with more exciting and emotional character, newfound sporty performance and eye-catching style. The display in Chicago is the first time the eighth-generation model shall be shown at an auto show since its Detroit premiere in January.

This year’s theme, ‘The Story of Go,’ presents Toyota vehicle safety technology through real-world driving maneuvers and demonstrations, including:

GO CONNECT? Demonstration of how vehicles connect seamlessly to the tech of today with a scenic Chicago backdrop.

GO BEYOND EXPECTATIONS? Participants cross the Chicago Bridge teeter-totter.

Low-Friction Surface ? Controlled demonstration of how Toyota all-wheel drive systems monitor power and distribute that power to provide optimum traction.

Noise, Vibration and Harshness? Participants drive over a cobblestone street to show how every Toyota model is built to provide a quiet and comfortable ride.

Side Tilt ? Participants experience the vehicle tilted at a remarkable angle—something they won’t experience on the street.

GO SEE THE UNSEEN? Demonstration of:

  • Automatic High Beams
  • Perimeter Scan
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Alert

GO THE DISTANCE? An articulation rack becomes a condensed drive route connecting Chicago to Canada that showcases Toyota’s fuel-efficient powertrains.

This unique experience uses 2017 RAV4 and Highlander models, both gasoline and hybrid versions, to give show goers an opportunity to discover Toyota vehicles from the driver’s seat. Drivers are required to be at least 18 years of age and must show a valid driver’s license.

Toyota is continuing the celebration of the Chicago Cubs’ World Series victory on the Chicago Auto Show floor. The Cubs-themed 2017 Tundra that drove in the Cubs victory parade last November will be on display for photos, complete with the ten-foot-tall World Series trophy replica in the bed.

Toyota is a Legacy Partner of the Chicago Cubs and the Official Vehicle of the Cubs and Wrigley Field. The exhibit will also display two baseball-themed RAV4 models, one each for the Cubs and White Sox.

[highlight]Posted by: Motoring World on: 6th February, 2017 in: Events[/highlight]

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